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and higher after hours. u.s. weekly jobless claims fell more than expected dropping to a seasonally adjusted 355,000, a drop of 8,000 claims as a possible sign of a healing job market although officials are warning figures may be distorted by superstorm sandy. the four week average applications rose by more than 3,000 of these numbers, change from week to week. liz: let's get a greater perspective. we have jerry levy on the pits of the cme, eugene profits and mark martyak, robert gray at the ready to break in with earnings as soon as they hit the table but let's start with jerrod at the cme. we blew through the 1400, 1440 level on the s&p like this. what do you think? tomorrow and the next couple weeks? >> of paper for we are standing on. a lot of folks watching the 1380 level. i'm watching the 2 and the day moving average of 1360. i jumped in front of the frame. i was selling to avalanche david talked about the vix coming in and markets deteriorated. the reason is people like me to dip their toes in, professional option traders selling downside money put them the right to buy -- dave: i wan
to washington, d.c., to sit out the president and one of them fresh from the meeting to join us on the inside scoop. honeywell chairman and ceo. david: warning if congress fails, everybody's taxes will go up. representative ron paul is skeptical and agreement can be reached by both sides before the big deadline. ron paul here on "after the bell." find out why he isn't expecting a lot from his fellow lawmakers or from the resident and what he wants to see from capitol hill. liz: but first, today's data download. the dow has tumbled to 35% this election day. the steepest six-day drop the whole year. the astro astros and financial worst-performing s&p sectors. retail sales falling for the first time in three months in october. hurricanehurricane sandy's sout. after climbing 1.3% in september. all that good will from september certainly got washed a little bit away from hurricane sandy. largest fallethe largest fall in one year. watch out for auto sales. maybe they will be buying and we will see it go higher. prices snapping four straight month of gains. the ppi drop into sensitive percent after
, a veteran himself joins us with a look at the extraordinary program. david: yesterday was veterans day. now what drove the market with the "data download." a mixed day on wall street as stocks struggled for some sort of direction. up and down following the worst week for the market in months. the nasdaq closing i in the red, nostrils and telecom were the top performers while utilities and technology stocks lagged a little bit. copper rebounded from a two-month low after greece lawmakers gave the euro a boost against the dollar. closing 7638 per ton, posting a gain after five straight weeks of losses. the euro holding two-month lows versus the dollar uncertainty, weighing on the currency. hit an intraday low of $1.27 down nearly 2% against the greenback so far this month. sandra: jerry leavy to tell us what another 4% dip could be on the way and the biggest money makers, why outside the united states. very, what is the deal here? this huge selloff last week and yet before the election everybody said that the elections behind us, skip third-quarter earnings season, we will have certainty in t
dynamics and u.s. steel, of course, as well. david: not a bad day at all. when the bell rings, the action really begins. we are just moments away from big releases. we have starbucks, linkedin and did we mention dreamworks. the stock is up more than 20%. liz: the third-quarter income more than quadrupled since last year. no wonder tupperware cannot contain its excitement. how are they doing as the ceo of tupperware joins us in a fox business exclusive. david: a tupperware party right here on after the bell. we will tell you what drove the market today. stocks pushing higher to date with all industries rally. materials, technology and industrials for two days top performers. utilities did leg a little bit. the prior week's figure was revised higher by 3,372,000. u.s. construction spending rose to its highest level in almost three years in september. spending rose 0.6%. liz: we have tim mulholland at the cme and brian of wells fargo financials. plus, robert gray ready to break in with earnings. first, let's start with tim. not bad at all. you have to admit it looked pretty healthy and good,
of the u.s. means less usage of natural gas, particularly in the northern midwest and we were going to get snow tomorrow under an inch. david: and we are seeing weakness the department store stocks. macy's and nordstrom's underperforming in that particular sector. liz: how about some jewelry for the holidays. a rough year, but today it is making a huge push to get consumers to buy diamonds and fine jewelry. president and ceo harvey cantor here live to tell us what those deals are including a huge giveaway they're doing and how we are doing and what kind of a halo effect they're having on the giveaway. david: and economic advisors warning middle-class tax rates to rise and failing to catch could cause consumers to spend $200 million less than they normally would next year. coming up chairman of the president's council of economic advisors joining us to talk about the fiscal cliff and whether we will go over it. liz: do not miss it. but first what drove the market with today's data download. the nasdaq the only major index. still a pretty rough day on light volume. the dow and s&p ending low
company is joining us in a first on fox business interview that you do not want to miss. liz: we want to tell you what drove the market down in the "data download." the selloff with all three major indices plunging falling more than 2% each. the dow and the below 13,000 130 posts in the steepest drop in more than five full months. all 10 sectors ended lower by the energy. the s&p 500 fell below 1400, the first time since august and it looks like we are staying there at least for today. the first day with volume topping $4 billion since september. a lot of action. rising against a basket of equities. what does that do? it powers higher, the dollar, and brings down some dollar-denominated commodities. 0.3% as the euro fell to the two-month low falling down by the bleak economic forecast. we have an interesting story with u.s. treasury prices pushing yields down the most since june. dropping 11 basis points at 1.65%, the lowest level in more than a full month. david: let's get to today's action. we found somebody who says he is still buying despite the selloff. we have a bull and a bear.
's not just anybody. the former fdic chair joins us with a radical plan that could shake up washington. >> plus, investors dumping stocks over uncertainty regarding the tax treatment of dividends. the one high yielding sector that pays out now no matter what happens. first, what drove the markets today, today's data download. stocks squeezed out a few gains after struggling to find direction all day long. this following the worst two-day performance so far this year. all three major indexes ending down, more than 2% for the nasdaq posting the 5th consecutive weekly loss. that is, by the way, folks, the longest losing streak in a year and a half. all ten s&p sectors lower. utilities down 4%. gold, though, gold ended up, more than 3%. concern over the fiscal cliff and europe's economy, yes, that's still a problem, boosted the precious metal. gold ended the week at 1730 an ounce, a tight close in more than three weeks. the preliminary readings showing consumer confidence rose to the highest level in more than five years in november, the consumer sentiment number from the university of mic
of the cme joining us, giving their strategy for protecting yourself from the potential fall off the fiscal cliff. the markets were kind of a honeymoon today. where the traders not concerned about the fiscal cliff? what went on? >> the fiscal cliff was so widely expected is becoming a non-event at this point. the market managed to eke out a gain today. the european issue is also something on the traders minds. the emergency meeting monday, we have to resolve issue with grief that will be firs first and fort on their minds into next week. david: they're never going to resolve that issue. it will never, ever happen. i don't think they will resolve it. you bring up a great point because if worst-cas worst caseo we go over the fiscal cliff and all of those tax changes expire, we will see a tripling of the dividend tax. if that happens, so many people invested right now, you said some of them might change from issuing dividends to buying back their stocks, right? >> that will be the tax efficient way people will return money, cash to shareholders. taxes on dividends are likely to go up, so that
campaign. he will be with us, but take a look at what drove the market today for the "data download." stocks soaring extending gains to a second day as voters cast their ballots. all the major indices ended in the green with the dow closing up 1%. energy and industrials were the top performers while utilities lag. a weakening dollar that boosted the metals markets with silver, copper, platinum, palladium all posting gains. silver ended up nearly 3% while palladium jumped 2.8%, gold up over $30 as well. the bonds ended lower as investors flocked to equities. the yields jumping six basis points 1.62. treasuries may react the outcome, bond trading heavily influenced by the action of the federal reserve. different ideas of what the federal reserve's should be doing from romney and obama. could mean big changes for the fed. fox business has recovered from the east coast to the west coast bring you the latest developments. jeff flock were they all believe they remain key in determining the winner. melissa francis is in tampa, florida. a hotly contested prize in each residential election.
for the first half of next year. david: larry, stay with us. stellar earnings yet to come and. as soon as we get them we will report them to you. markets, down moves, but is there any hope ahead at all? liz: there is always hope. it is a street fight. today's bowl is jim down again. today's bear, bryan, chief equities analyst at nbc productions. jim, the ball, why are you optimistic? >> we don't have our recession and are forecast. although there is a lot of head and as we go into the end of the year and whether it is the fiscal cliff or a hurricane, the storm is certainly in front of us, but we think it will get resolved. there will certainly be some impact on gdp, but we think the pace of the economy continues. housing is a bright spot, which we think will continue, and that helps the consumer. we think that even with all of the concern, the holiday season will probably still be a positive one. david: i'm not as optimistic as jim, but i don't think i am as pessimistic as you are. you say valuations of stocks right now are too high, but look at apple, a 11 times for earnings. google is 17 times
compromises need to be made? sheila bair, being a former fdic chair, telling us 4 ways wall street can help out and it is not all good news for investors. liz: did you see the cover of the wall street journal? fed stimulus like gillian 2013. we talked about this the second broke yesterday halfway through the 3:00 p.m. show. the man who wrote the article, wall street journal's chief economic correspondent and chief head head to lend us live. dave: before that is of we will tell you what drove the market with the data download. stocks extending yesterday's gains finishing a volatile session higher with the dow, s&p and nasdaq trading above the 200 day moving average for the first time in three weeks. telecom and health care were the top performing sectors. fewer americans filing first-time applications for unemployment benefits as hurricane sandy had the labor market and continues to subside a bit. weekly jobless claims fell by 20,000, seasonally adjusted 393,000. prior week's total was revised to 416,000. the hurricane play a role from 410,000. u.s. gdp grew at a revised 2.7% in the third qu
of into it and paypal tells us how to protect yourself before the year ends. liz: the ceo and president of the national federation of independent business, read smaller business. his pleas to congress to lower tax rates on business income, you hear about the big ceo writing letters to congress and the president, his group wrote a letter and are ready to make noise. we will tell you what drove the market in today's data download. stocks rebounded after falling triple digits in the first hour of trade, hints of a potential debt deal end, more quantitative easing, pushed all the way into the green. the wall street journal about 21 minutes ago running a story about the federal reserve, q e 4 will be announced december 12th. the dow, andy and nasdaq end trading day near session highs. all ten sectors higher for the first time in two months. consumer discretionary and energy were the top performers. you helped crude oil falling for the third straight day dropping to its lowest level in a week on demand concerns, will closing down 1% to $86.49 a barrel. home sales falling below economists' estimates last mont
a natural death highway all over the united states. the ceo of clean energy joining us in a fox business exclusive. liz: stocks sinking. all major industries closing in the red. the s&p was the one able to hold onto weekly gains. the only index to and the week in the green. energy and utilities log. here's what happened happened with the jobs numbers thought the u.s. economy did add 171,000 jobs in october. the on employment number of 27.9%. august and september numbers were upwardly revised. u.s. factory orders posted their largest gain in 18 months. jumping nearly 5%. it was driven by a surge in demand for commercial aircraft. a category where orders had just plunged in last august. david: we have all of today's action covered. rich edson has information on the all important jobs report. jeff cleveland says today's report is just statistical noise so get over it. let's start with rich. i think this is a jobs report both candidates want to get over because it was a wash speaking there is enough in there for both to spend. both use this as evidence that voters should elect them on tuesda
? jennifer davis research analyst at lazard capital will give us her value will take. dave: we are going to tell you what drove the markets today, a busy day with the data battle. we didn't expected to be as busy as it is. a big week for wall street with all three major indices rallied 2.5%. the nasdaq led the way snapping its longest weekly street in 4-1/2 years, up more than 1/2%. only utilities are the sectors end the week lower. lot of action in the metal pits today. silver, palladium and platinum climbing to the weaker dollar. palladium is the biggest rising 6% and silver jumped 2% and platinum rose 1.5%. as we mentioned for the euro climbed to a three week high versus the dollar on hopes -- good luck. the currency hit n intraday high of $1.29 pushing above its 55 day moving average. tracy: let's get to today's action with david steinburg of capital managing partner and ron weiner, president of ibm financial group. you seem to think the global markets emerging markets in particular are still going to continue to rise. to rise. we've been hearing otherwise. why do you think that? >>
will derail the biggest economic driver in the u.s. and that is biotech. mike milken talking about life-saving drugs, jobs that come with them and our status as the leader of the industry, all at stake if we go over the fiscal cliff. and dr. francis collins with the national institutes of health. fiscal cliff. folks including today to liz hy malcolmed the month of november and the red and nasdaq and s&p close slightly higher, consumer discretionary and industrials were this month's top performing sectors, utilities and energy lagged behind. oil posting its second straight day of gains closing the trading day up 1%, $80.91 for a barrel of oil and today's gains in crude up 3% for the month of november as concern over threats to supply due to mideast violence offset ongoing demand worries and personal spending, are you part of this, it sold for the first time in five months dropping 0.2%. the commerce department is a debating that to hurricanes and the lowering wages and salaries by an annual rate of $18.2 billion. dave: we may get a dividend bust in the month of december and discuss all o
. virgin america ceo will be here to discuss the growing operating profits and tell us why they're ordering new jets. you will not want to miss what he has to say. liz: depending on what you're looking at, stocks struggled for direction today, crossing unchanged line 29 times before punching up and settling into the green in the last hour and 10 minutes and staying there. all three major indices ended lower post in the fourth straight weekly loss. materials and technology leading the claim. you could see the tech names hitting 52-week lows. the dollar index climbing to the highest level in two months as uncertainty over the fiscal cliff triggered a flight to safety. ending up half a percent. is a mixed day for precious metals. goal this week of gains and so ended the trading day in the red but not enough to push the precious metal into the green for the week still closing with all the worries around us, still closing the week lower dropping nearly 1 percent. david: a lot of business to take care of. advocates of the cme, tell us what is happening. and what is market could be in for a big co
are facing across the pond but also the situation we're facing right here at home. watch out, the u.s. could become the next grease. plus we're going back to the global leadership conference where she is surrounded by all kinds of business leaders. what do you have coming up? >> we were surrounded when richard branson was here. they scattered, they all went to go listen to what is of ccurse one of the most exciting and innovative entrepreneurs on the planet. coming up, another one, this time jimmy wale of wikipedia, the cofounder. you and i haven't spoken to him in the past. boy is he speaking now. all kinds of discussions about the influence that wikipedia now has today in the biggest of the big news stories and his thoughts on the stop on the piracy act that was stopped in part because he went and put wikipedia into the black, turned it off when he wanted to protest that act. we will talk to jimmy wales, one of the top entrepreneurs in america with what is next with him and wikipedia. david: thank you very much. before all of this stuff we will tell you what drove the market with the "data
in china and what will the stimulus plan for big infrastructures end up being. copper, of course, used for those types of construction projects. it's just a big unknown, big question mark there. david: let's keep it on commodities for a second and look at oil and gold. oil seeing a very nice bump, up 1% if you were long on oil, that's a nice thing. gold also seeing a nice bump, up $9. again, it's looking for some kind of floor. once it got below 1700, a lot of people got worried, but it seems to find at least a floor for today. liz: and investors still very much focused on sandy today or at least the aftermath with two industry groups outperform anything a flat market. take a look at pkb, this is the pro shares building and construction etf who includes poultry homes, volcker and lennar moving higher by 1.5% as that tide has been lifting all the boats involved in this type of sector. david: with the election one day away, one legendary businessman says there is one key factor that could determine who wins tomorrow. leo hendry, intermediate ya partner managing editor is here in person.
movement. liz: david uses them word mood. talk about that. what does it really mean? >> yes, stock tickers were not market prognosticators. if you're going to be in the market, if you think equities create wealth, and we think they do, taking advantage of the volatility and the sentiment. we'll be trying to do the last eight weeks or so, because it has been a pretty turbulent eight weeks, take advantage of the benefit for our clients. find great businesses that more attractive prices that we could have nine, 10, 12 weeks ago. yu-dee chang, i still think there is going to be some taxes would go up. all that, let's just get specific. natural gas is something that a lot of people are agreeing upon. even some of the environmentalist are saying that that is a lot better than coal. you have a specific play on natural gas, and that is devon energy. >> the reason most of you agree is because we are seeing concrete data to generate it has been over 22% over the last 12 months. liz: david: a lot of these coal-fired plants are being replaced by natural gas plants. >> absolutely. you can't just turn o
hi-revised reading of 73.1 in october o. and u.s. home prices climbing higher for the sixth month in a row. property values in 20 cities jumped 3% compared to one year ago, building on a 2% gain posted in august. liz: green mountain coffee roasters brewing up numbers, robert gray has the numbers. >> reporter: coming in better than expected, 946.7 million bucks, well ahead of the estimate, 902, and the nongap adjusted earnings number coming in, again, well ahead of expectations, 64 cents. thatts better than the 48 cents that were anticipated there. and they're talking up the sales of new platforms here as they're facing new competition from starbucks. a double beat, if you will, and you see the shares jumping in after hours. liz: yes, david was right, it has been hammered by the short sellers, particularly david einhorn who was famed for short selling lehman brothers. but, again, this is a company that has continued to try and come through here, new management changes, right, robert? >> reporter: yes, new ceo, and i just did a quick search, nary a mention of starbucks, remember, st
friend here of etftrends.com telling us three etfs to shop for now before consumers fill up the carts. what drove the markets today? it was a mixed day on wall street as ben bernanke urged congress to deal and reach a debt deal. the s&p and -- listen, the whole market just plunged after the speech, but, still, after awhile, the markets managed to eke out gains. dow down a point, snaps a two session winning streak. consumer discretionary and health care today's top performers and technology and energy lagged. we have lots of action in the metals today. gold giving back a little more than a half of yesterday's gains closing down $11 an ounce. other metals lower, the biggest loser today, goes into catalytic converters to convert, down 1.1%. silver down eight-tenths of a percent. here's a good sign here. new home construction soaring to the highest level in more than four years last month. jumping 3.6% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 894,000. october's jump pushed starts up more than 40% compared to one year ago. david: it's all covered for today's action, larry, at the cme in chi
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